If you don't have these books yet and you have kids or just love to bake you should get these!
We started with vanilla cupcakes.
Put a thin layer of tinted vanilla frosting (Tinted with yellow food coloring and cocoa powder).
We put the frosting in a gallon size bag and snipped the corner to create noodles.
Messy but fun!
Unwrap a package of Ferrero Rocher chocolates.
Coat the chocolates in strawberry jam to look like meatballs and place them on the pile of "spaghetti."
Looks so real!
Now add the
parmesan cheese white chocolate.
The finished platter of spaghetti cupcakes.
The kids loved this- they all wanted to save them to show their parents.
These books have so many great ideas. Last summer my family made the Family Tree cupcakes, it was so fun!
My brother drew a large tree for us to place the cupcakes on.
Me, Andy, and Poncho.
The whole family tree!
We also made cake pops!
Melted candy coating to dip cake pops in
You win some, you lose some...
Pretty cute for being made by a bunch of kids!
The sprinkles made them look finished!
We made homemade strawberry jam!
Each child took a jar home
We even made homemade POP-TARTS with our strawberry jam.
We added an orange glaze to the top. Delicious.
We had a day of Mexican food and started with sopapillas.
We made half with cinnamon sugar and half drizzled in honey
Roasted veggies for our salsa
Homemade tortillas and cheese quasadillas
The kids loved this day! Everyone wanted seconds, and some of us even had thirds...
On the last day we made homemade biscuits and butter
Sweet campers that wore the aprons I made them for Easter.
It was a blast to cook with these sweet kids for two weeks.
Now I have a few days left to relax before a new school year...